Greetings! I’m back with fresh new tips for planning your event and these next three are all a part of the big picture. Let’s dive in!
1. Photography: Photography is a very important part of an event, because you want to capture memories that live on forever and you want to give the non-attendee a chance to see the event through your eyes. Every event should have a photographer and/or photo booth, which has become very popular part of events. For the person taking the photos, you want to capture the action and paint a picture for those who couldn’t attend to make them feel like they are there. If you’re on a tight budget, you can hire a student from a photography school as they are eager to build their portfolio.
2. Quality: No matter how basic or complex your event is, it should be a quality event. The vendors, the staff, and the venue should be worth putting on a show.
3. RSVP: RSVPs provide a head count of whose attending and give a personalized touch to an invitation. If you provide an RSVP, make sure to respond back to each one confirming whether or not they can attend. I can’t recall how many times people have attended events and were turned away because they said they RSVP’d, but got no response confirming. Cut out the guesswork and hassle by issuing a one line response. Also, if a +1 can attend, make that clear in your invitation.
I hope you enjoyed my tips for this week, feel free to share any tips you might have!
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